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Features  - 2011 Infiniti QX56 Review - Reviews - Infiniti QX

For $2,850, the Technology Package makes the QX as idiot-proof as possible. Thanks to the features in that package, combined with Infiniti's standard Around View Monitor, which provides a top-down view of the SUV, I always knew what was happening around the QX. The tech package adds adaptive cruise control, a blind spot warning system, a lane departure warning system, brake assist and an adaptive front lighting system. In a vehicle this size, every assist helps.

Standard equipment includes heated seats, a heated steering wheel, burl wood highlights, front and rear climate controls, a moonroof, a Bose stereo and a navigation system.

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    Instrument panel
    1. Side ventilator (P.4-32) 2. Meters and gauges (P.2-6) 3. Hazard warning flasher switch (P.2-43) 4. Center ventilator (P.4-32) 5. Center multi-function control panel (P.4-4) Vehicle ...

    Going & Stopping
    The M35 should be fine for most drivers, as Infiniti tuned its V-6 this year for more high-revving horsepower an impressive 303 hp, to be exact but less torque, which is the low-end grunt you ...

    Bluetooth settings
    Bluetooth settings To set up the Bluetooth device system to the preferred settings, push the SETTING button and select the Bluetooth key. Bluetooth: If this setting is turned off, the connect ...